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We know, these days it’s pretty hard to stay upbeat. With Argentina’s political future still as foggy as a rainy day and inflation eating up our wallets like a pack of termites, everyone is more than down in the dumps

Imagine that you’ve just touched down at Ezeiza international airport. It’s the middle of the night. You’re tired, dazed, confused, and just looking to get home. You’ve just stood in line for upwards of an hour at customs, and you’re …

UPDATE: Strike Has Been Lifted, All Flights to Operate Normally

You’ve been warned.

Argentine Airline Union workers announced this morning that they intend to conduct a 48-hour strike on Thursday, December 13th and Friday, December 14th.

Unlike in past occasions, …

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, the G20 Leader’s Summit will be coming to Buenos Aires next weekend. With over 15,000 people expected to be arriving for the weekend, the city is going to …

Members of Aerolíneas Argentinas’ different unions announced this week a 24-hour-long strike for Monday, November 26th. The decision follows the state-run company’s suspension of  376 employees who had taken part in a previous strike on November 8th, which lasted …

November 20th, 2018 marks the first of four monthly increases in subway fares. Prices have gone up from AR $12.50 to AR $13.50, and will reach AR $16.50 in February. In the case of the PreMetro, the climb will be …

The Ministry of Transport has announced it will implement a new system which is set to regulate the fares of taxis at airports and bus terminals and established a fixed, non-negotiable price, before the customer even steps foot into the …

On July 27th, the government announced further increases of the fares for buses and trains operating in the City and the Greater Buenos Aires area. Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich indicated that minimum bus fares would increase in installments over the …

Aerolíneas Argentinas, the country’s flagship carrier, is demanding more flexibility in a bid to try and maintain financial stability, while also increasing competitiveness in the international market. In a meeting led by the airline’s new President, Luis Malvido, it …

After the decision from the Ministry of Transport to remove minimum fares on domestic flights, it has now decided to replicate this initiative for long-distance domestic bus journeys, both in a bid to promote local tourism, and also in the …